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Image: sitthiphong (Shutterstock) Netflix will be launching a new “Shuffle Play” feature in the first half of this year, which is exactly the kind of thing we need during these pandemic times—a way to make our binge sessions last even longer. While you wait, there are a few clever workarounds you can use to shuffle through Netflix’s vast library of content right now. Browser extensions that randomize Netflix If you’re a Chrome user, I recommend checking out the following: ShuffleFlix : Lets you jump to a random episode for whatever series you’re watching. You won’t just get some random Netflix show you have no interest in viewing; instead, the experience is akin to all those times you would turn on Law & Order and swear you’ve never seen the episode you happened upon, even though you’d probably actually seen it six times already over your years of watching reruns. Randflix : Same deal, different extension. If you’re having issues with ShuffleFlix, Randflix is a good alternative. Firefox users can try: Netflix Shuffle : It’s the Firefox version of those other “shuffle through a random episode” extensions. It only works with a certain list of shows, though, making the option less impressive for Firefox fans. If you only care about one show—say, The Office — you can probably find specific randomizer extensions for that, too. Better Netflix : This addon drops a bunch of useful features into Netflix’s web-based UI, including support for ultrawide displays, the ability to change the […]